Bangalore, Feb 4 (UNI) An exhibition highlighting an array of teacher created education materials for those parents interested in helping their children to discover and develop talents and strengths will be inaugurated by Central Board of Secondary Education (CBSE) Chairman Ashok Ganguly here on February 9.
Disclosing this to newsmen here Gifted Education and Research (GEAR) Foundation Chairman M Srinivasan said that the annual exhibition on 'Multiple Intelligences and Talents Activities' was a new concept of intelligence and learning. The exhibition was to create awareness on the kind of research oriented, activity based education and the materials created by the teachers for the students.
The central tenet was that a school was responsible for helping each child to discover and develop their talents or strengths. In doing this, the school not only awaken the children's enjoy in learning but also fuels the persistent effort necessary for mastering skills for being inventive, he explained.
Replying to queries, he said some of the benefits of using activities in the framework of multiple intelligence were that it enabled the children to take up complex projects, and make them easy to plan and execute interdisciplinary activities.
Mr Srinivasan's vision was to establish a GEAR Ed Village campus comprising an innovative International School, a Talents Research Institute and a Super Talents Centre.
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